The World's Most Popular Jail
Author(s): William Lee Calnon
Editor(s): William Lee Calnon
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The World's Most Popular Jail. William Lee Calnon, William Lee Calnon. In Seeing the South Sea Islands: Being the story of a jaunt through Hawai`i, Samoa, Tahiti, the Cook Islands, Australia and New Zealand. Pp. 81-86: Frederick H. Hitchcock, The Grafton Press. 1926 ( tDAR id: 261740)
Historic Background Research
min long: -170.8; min lat: -14.377 ; max long: -170.49; max lat: -14.176 ;
NADB document id number(s): 7500480
NADB citation id number(s): 000000254065